Bioenergía y seguridad alimentaria “BEFS”
  Bioenergía y seguridad alimentaria “BEFS”

 

Bioenergy and food security -

The BEFS Analysis for Peru
Supporting the policy machinery in Peru

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    The Bioenergy and Food Security Project
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Rome, 2010


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CONTENTS

Foreword
Acknowledgments
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Part I   [188kb]

1. EXPLAINING THE CONTEXT OF THE BIOENERGY
AND FOOD SECURITY PROJECT IN PERU


1.1 Introduction
1.2 Agriculture, bioenergy and food security in Peru
1.3 Biofuel and biomass
1.4 Food security and poverty
1.5 Befs - supporting rural development and food security in Peru
1.6 Using befs to support the policy machinery in Peru
1.7 Policy considerations
1.8 Using the technical work as a basis for orienting policy
1.9 Concluding remarks on befs in Peru

Part II   [315kb]

2. UNDERSTANDING THE BIOENERGY AND FOOD
SECURITY POLICY LANDSCAPE IN PERU


2.1 Context of the befs project in Peru
2.2 Areas in which befs progress interacts with other government initiatives
2.3 Bioenergy and food security
2.4 Bioenergy and social conflicts
2.5 Biofuel reality in the regions of Peru
2.6 Situation of specific types of biofuel
2.7 Concluding remarks

Part III   [287kb]

3. USING THE BEFS ANALYSIS TO INFORM
BIOENERGY POLICY DEVELOPMENT


3.1 Introduction
3.2 How befs informs policy
3.3 Using the befs results from peru to inform policy
3.4 Key themes emerging from the peru analysis
3.5 Bioenergy and biofuel key message for rural development
3.6 How can befs support long-term policy through ongoing dialogue?
3.7 Concluding remarks

Part IV   [287kb]

4. RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND BIOENERGY: AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH

4.1 introduction
4.2 discussion
4.3 concluding remarks

Part V   [98kb]

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